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Date posted 2012-10-24 15:44
Subject Todays Rumour from Rio 
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Apparently, when the dust has settled on their 28bn, they may want to take out HRT with the loose change!!
Discussions surrounding the exit of the AAR and BP's TNK-BP may take longer than the 90 days provided by the companies involved in the business. And only after that Rosneft, which is the largest oil company in Russia, buying the third largest oil company (TNK-BP) is who should get acquainted with foreign operations. will also be important to monitor the movements of the AAR to know where Leonard Blavatnik the billionaires (Access Industries), Mikhail Fridman (Alfa Group) and Viktor Vekselberg (Renova) - will invest $ 28 billion from the sale of its share in TNK-BP. "The AAR may want to continue working in the sector oil outside Russia and some companies can buy and consolidate. And one that is cheap is HRT, "says the source. Coincidentally, HRT has today its board of directors Peter O'Brien, an executive who worked in the Russian subsidiary of Morgan Stanley and then participated in the initial public offering of shares of Rosneft in 2006 as chief financial officer.
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